Aseyakone (Player corporation)
Aseyakone (Caldanese or modern Caldari language abbreviation of the orignal name meaning "Raata Gun and Machine Works") is an independent corporation, though in practice lot of the contracts are done for the Ishukone megacorporation as well as Caldari Provisions, a Hyasyoda subsidiary. The corporation does also have an unholy alliance with the Practical block via co-operation with Caldari Steel, which in turn is a SuVee subsidiary.
Our Missiles Bring Peace
Aseyakone is an independent Caldari manufacturing corporation with an active research arm. Our main products include mainly ammunition. Aseyakone products are available both from the SCC-regulated open market as well as by private order.
We offer a tight, integrated service. Our main operative divisions are the Mining division specialized in locating and extracting mineral resources, the Manufacturing division capable of fast and efficient production and the Research and Development division capable of producing advanced designs and serving to make our operations even more efficient.
When I was a child, my father told me this story:
In the extreme northern reaches of the Raata Empire, there is a land called Fuukiya. A soldier is hunting in the tundra. In there you will not find the sabertooths that wreak havoc in the thorny thickets of Oriyoni. The tundra is so cold and unforgiving that not many things live there. Even the scourge of serpents is absent that far in the north. The usual prey in the north is the wild goats. They can grow to a considerable size, and their warm pelt is part of the traditional clothing - in the matter of fact, it was one of the best warm clothing materials until nanoinsulants were invented.
Now, the soldier comes to rest in the shadow of a small tree, hit by lightning and dried up. Tracing the crack made by the lightning, as if looking for a thunderbolt, the soldier made sure that the tree was safe to lean on, for many of the bothersome insects that migrate to the north or can weather the long winter prefer such places for their nests. Perhaps not as dangerous as the scorpion, but the bite of these insects does still hurt. As his eyes reach the ground level, he notices that the ground had been disturbed.
The goats that the soldier hunts do not dig the ground. Instead, the place had been visited by a Fuukiya wolf. These great beasts have many names, including the Widowmaker. It has a great mane for which it is in a high esteem amongst the fur-traders, though it is highly difficult to hunt, as it is quite elusive unless it is hungry or protecting its litter. However, it has no natural predators, and in a fight, it does not know fear. When cornered, it uses its long mane to confuse attackers to hide its true size and even pose, giving an appearance as if the animal was full of jaws. For this reason it is also known as the Fuukiyan Cerberus, after the many-jawed canine of the Gallente legend.
However, the soldier begins to follow the tracks, his spear of strong Raata steel in his hand. He approaches a small cave on the hillside. In his mind the cave grows in size until it is fit for a dragon. Terror in his heart, he hears a growl from the opening, and lo and behold, the animal steps out. It waves its head in the beam of light penetrating the stunted trees and low bushes above, its flowing mane making it look like many times its size - and indeed, full of sharp jaws, like a hydra.
As the soldier moves back, the beast advances. With a leap as nimble as that of any caracal, the beast is upon the man. The soldier gives it the sting of a scorpion with his long spear, but misses his target moving in a blur. The soldier drops the spear and draws his long knife. With a merlin's talon and a crow’s dive, he fights - but the beast fights, as well. Both wounded, the Widowmaker retreats, now painted in red. Finding his spear, the hunter casts his missile - a hit. He claps his hands, and thanks for his kill with a bowed head.
In the old times, Raata was known for her steel. In the modern battlefield, the hunter can turn the hunted just as fast as before, but the prey is far, far more dangerous. Today, the Raata heritage is carried on with high-quality starship equipment. Here at Aseyakone, we have partnered with several state-of-the-art research institutions to bring you the highest quality in ammunition. For the price-conscious, we do also have a range of more traditional ammunition types sold through the open market.
-- Saana Nupuunen, CEO, Aseyakone
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